Residential whole home water filtration systems are great for point-of-entry or point-of-use situations. They include a sediment filter, carbon filter, and ultraviolet light for disinfection. Shop the collection of whole house filters from Rainwater Management Solutions today!
Whole House Water Filters That Improve Your Water Quality
Rainwater Management Solutions provides reliable solutions for all your water needs, including whole house water filters for quality drinking water. We assume the water coming out of our faucets is clean and pure. However, water from municipalities and wells can contain chlorine and other contaminants. Older plumbing can also add lead and other impurities to the water. Whole house water filtration systems remove sediment down to 5 microns (0.0002 inch) and inactivate bacteria, delivering high-quality water for an array of uses.
Benefits Of Whole Home Water Filtration Systems
Whole house water filtration systems make drinking water taste better and provide many other benefits. Some of the most common are:
Water treatment plants may add fluoride and chlorine to water and may not remove all toxins from the water.
A whole home water filtration system costs less than buying bottled water over time.
Filtered water tastes as good or better than bottled water without the unnecessary plastic.
Whole house filtration systems remove some heavy metals, fluoride, and chlorine that can exacerbate skin conditions such as psoriasis and eczema.
Cleaner water via whole house water filters means less buildup in your pipes and appliances.
Whole House Water Filters: How They Work
Whole house water filters ensure that cleaner, safer water is delivered to every tap in your home, enhancing the taste and safety of the water you consume and use daily. The system generally consists of multiple stages, each designed to tackle different types of contaminants. Here's how the sediment filter, carbon filter, and ultraviolet light work together to provide cleaner water:
A sediment filter is the first stage of a whole house filtration system. Water entering the system flows into a 5-micron sediment filter, designed to block out larger contaminants like sand, silt, clay, dirt, and rust. The filter acts like a sieve, capturing visible particulate matter and debris. This extends the lifespan of the entire filtration system by preventing larger particles from clogging or damaging subsequent stages of the system. Sediment filters don't remove chemicals, some heavy metals or microorganisms. That happens in the next steps.
Following sediment filtration, water flows through an activated carbon filter. Using a porous surface lined with deep ridges, the filter media adsorbs chemicals and impurities from the water, removing unwanted odors, tastes, and colors. The activation process generates a network of tiny openings (pores or cavities) on the carbon surface, creating a path for water to access the extended internal surface created by the activation. The impurities cling to these inner surfaces.
UV purification is a highly effective stage in any whole home filtration system. It uses ultraviolet light to treat microbiological threats. Water flows through a chamber containing a UV lamp encased in a sleeve. The UV light penetrates the sleeve and disinfects the water flowing through the chamber, deactivating harmful microbes in less than 10 seconds. The UV wavelength scrambles the DNA of living organisms in the water, rendering them unable to reproduce and neutralizing their threat. This chemical-free purification method is effective against bacteria, viruses, parasites, and fungi, making water safer for consumption and use throughout the house.
This multi-stage approach reduces the abundance of physical contaminants and neutralizes the potential microbial threats, delivering cleaner, safer water throughout your home.
Beyond Whole Home Water Filtration Systems
Our whole home water filtration systems are just an example of the comprehensive solutions we provide. Our inventory includes a wide range of products designed to help you get the most out of the water that enters your home. We also offer:
Whatever your needs, Rainwater Management Solutions has a system that meets your requirements.
Frequently Asked Questions About Whole House Water Filters
The whole home water filtration market, valued at $2.1 billion, is vast, and it can be hard to know who to trust. But Rainwater Management Solutions is an industry leader with a proven track record of meeting the needs of homeowners and families. As a go-to source of whole house water filters, we have a wealth of knowledge to share. Read the following questions for the answers you need and be sure to contact us for additional details.
Whole house water filters can protect your family against a wide range of impurities and contaminants and keep sediment from building up in your pipes and appliances. They're also a cost-effective solution compared to a lifetime of buying bottled water.
Your costs will vary depending on your specific needs, but Rainwater Management Solutions provides a range of whole house water filters for less than $2,000.
A whole house water filter system can have a higher initial cost than point-of-use (POU) products. But it delivers significant long-term cost benefits and protects pipes against sediment buildup, which POU products can't do.
The best whole home water filtration system is the one that effectively reduces sediments, odors, and biological pathogens at a reasonable cost.
Find Your Ideal Whole Home Water Filter
We carry a full range of easy-to-install rack-mounted whole house filtration systems. Reduce sediment, cloudiness, bad taste, and odor and deactivate bacteria for safer, tastier water. Contact us today for the best whole house water filter for your home or business needs.